Get in my eyes 0_o
Mickey Rouke's bad guy was pretty viscerally appealing in his brutality. Unfortunately, his character and its background made absolutely no sense, much like the plot. Potts quitting CEO was infuriating and just as nonsensical.
A cliché but so bad, it's good. Loved Jimmy Page's screeching score.
mytwocents/ - Totally reductive. The aesthetic of vintage, British mundanity is pitch perfect but Kazuo Ishiguro's tale of creeping existential and sociological horror is completely lost in a silly love triangle with one dimensional characters that we should care more about.
I don't care how bad this is, I just want to see Tessa as a zombie.
Happy Birthday to my inspiration!
Sci fi as film noir. Preempting The Matrix's and Inception's augmented reality and postmodern discontinuous time. Updating the modernist German Expressionism's flat, artificial world into postmodernity's hyperspace. A work of genius in that respect alone.
I can't feel my face.
I do not feel disabled, defective or I need to be cured. I like being an Aspie. It would be like trying to change the colour of my eyes.
So much <3 <3 <3
Underrated film. Perfect partner for Ring/The Ring, perhaps on an old analogue TV.
A joy to watch. Postmodern horror that pre-dates Scream by almost 40 years.
Can anyone tell me if the pictures Madam shows Anna are real and/or where they come from?
As brilliant and surreal as the game.
Wonderful quote, RIP
The only time real working class Scotland and its people are on screen.
A perfect partner to Loach's Sweet Sixteen (2002).
Anyone see Phillip Glass conducting the score? Amazing
If anyone is interested in the artist whose paintings are used in this film, his name is Burt Shonberg, and you can find images of his work, including the "House of Usher" family portraits here: http://www.burtshonberg.com/paintings.htm. It states on the site that Vincent Price took one of the portraits home, which actually makes me love him more, if that's possible!
Having just seen Touch of Evil, all I can say is she's got the worst luck with motels
I'm asking you to marry me, you little fool!